14.2.2022 – 20:54z

FlightFactor Continues to Preview 777v2 in X-Plane

While other developers would have already released the addon for the community to enjoy, FlightFactor is still tuning final details while teasing the community with interesting previews of the much-anticipated addon.

Many community members even consider these to be useless and previews of useless features. The developers still stand behind their statements and aim to bring the most accurate simulation of the aircraft yet.

The subject of the new previews are the engines with the cowlings open. The engines are commonly in this state before and during servicing errands.

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It is not the first time the developers have shared previews features like this.

In fact, the team has previously previewed functional hatches around the fuselage. Additionally, we also got some insight into a myriad of details that the developers are working on earlier. These include, for example, snow accumulation on the fuselage, or fully recreated crew rest area.

As usual, the developers have not disclosed any new details on the pricing details. As for the release date, we only know from the past, that the addon is coming this year, thus 2022.

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If you want to read more about FlightFactor and their projects, specifically an upcoming update for the A350 v1, the option of getting a 777X in the future, or compatibility of FlightFactor’s addons with X-Plane 12, we suggest reading our previous article by clicking here.

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